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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 11, 1969, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Thty Jam Corii Prhet In Maqorine Campaign King And Syster Top Manor Salesmen By MARILYN PAULINE Mnd CHRIS PESARCHICK Tim King and Ilene Syster were the first day high win of the junior class maga tine campaign at Penns Man or These students received and respectively for bring Irig in a total of over each Good work kids Come on jun iors lets make this the larg est magazine campaign ever Remember the higher t h e Jagazine sales the greater the prom can be A new smiling face can now be seen around the halls of This smiling face be longs to our new schoolnurse Mrs Kunkle On behalf of the student body we welcome her to Penns Manor The junior and senior com mercial classes met in a group assembly last Monday Feb 3 to hear a talk on A Day in the Life of a Secre It was presented to the group by a former Com mercial student Kathy Pesar chick The talk was education al and enlightening and for those students who are plan ning to pursue a career in the secretarial field The guidance department ad ministered the and tests to the ninth grade classes on Thursday Feb 6 These tests measure overall achievement and the students individual levels of scholastic ability Congratulations Margie Margaret Valazak was recent ly accepted at the Indiana Hospital School of Nursing On Wednesday Feb 5 Janet Smith received a letter of ac ceptance for regional band Congratulations Janet Well as the old saying goes Time Marches There is only 76 days of school left kids 1 A senior class meeting was held on Tuesday Feb 6 with Ron Alsop class president taking charge After the differ ent mottos color combinations and flowers which were picked by the steering com mittee were read the entire class voted on them Royal purple and white became the class colors and he white rosebud the flower The class also chose a very appropriate motto Plans for another meet ing in the near future were also discussed Better watch out seniors the end of February is coming up faster than you think especial ly for those of you that have to hand in a physics report in at this time Per Pint Semester Marion Lists Honor Students By GRETCHEN BAKER and CINDY BAILEY Blairsville juniors have been busy preparing oral reports for Mr Mishs world cultures class MARION CENTER The fol lowing students have been named to the first semester hon or roll at Marion Center Area High School Grade 12 Primary Mary Shank Ma rie Bently Edna Getty John Mitchell Donna Frew Sue Had den Jean Stilt Sandra Kinter Terry Novalis Colleen Pruner Patti Randal Mary Salerno Pa es The reports deal with arti cles relating to the Middle By ROSANNE CUSIMANO and LAURA Ml ICC I Hearty congratulations are ex ended to Kathy Cotroneo and Paul Popp Both students were chosen as Homer Centers par ticipants in Regional Band which will be held March 6 7 and 8 Good luck On Jan 31 a victory dance was held in the cafeteria The dance was held after the basket ball game and was sponsored by the Varsity Club Music w a s At Tinker AFB Indiana Evening Gazette Tuesday Feb 11 1969 Railroad Charged On Service CLYMER Airman Wilbur T Rhea son of Mrs Alex Rhea of Clymer R D 2 has been grad uated from a Air Force technical school at Sheppard AF Base Tex He was trained as an air WASHINGTON AP The Penn Ccntfal Co has antj has been charged with intentionally downassigned to a utlit of the A i r grading its passenger car scrv provided by The Unfound tricia Stutzman Shirley Smith Patricia Warren Cindy Kinter Monica Klyap Judy Knapp n CTA Shirl McCunn Jerry Keith Dar Today members of the FTAe Rf fc Juanita held their annual Cadet Teach ing Each member had a chance to experience teaching from a teachers point of view On Friday Feb 7 the chorus Good luck wishes are extended to Sally Clark Sally was chosen as HomerCenters participant in the Good Citizens Contest spon ored by the Indiana County Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Sally will inter into the state competition Good luck wishes are also extended to Rosanne Cusimano who was selected as Homer Centers nominee for the So roptimist Foundation Citizen ship Award Her application will be entered into the region al contest ice in order to seek ance of its Buffalo to Harrisburg trains The contention was made by both the New York State Public Service Commission and the Railroad Brotherhoods of Penn sylvania in separate briefs filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission here Monday The ICC has held hearings and is now investigating a request by Penn Central to discontinue Force Logistics Command at AFB Okla The airman is a graduate of Penns Manor Area High School Secondary Shirley AdamJ son Cheri Dahlin Mike Peggy Elder John Blystone Robert Bailey Timothy Bush sponsored a dance after the basDwight Farmery Gordon Fry ketball game It was the third READY FOR MANOR PLAY More Than Meets The a comedy by Fred Carmichael wUl be oresented Thursday Feb 15 by the Penns Manor senior high class at the high school ruditoriL Tickets may be purchased at the door Members of the class 1 to r are top row Ron Also Nil PhilHpsy Norman Furgiuele Jim Roach and Rich Shimps bottom row Barb Ratay Roxie Bence Bev Pribicko Debby Ober and Sue Rowley its passenger trains 574575 tween the two points Passengers on the line be Clouted Enemy With Sun Butt WEST LEBANON Army Private First Class Herschel IE Hosack of West Lebanon have armed with only a grenade declined from a daily average of launcher and facetoface with 30 in 1964 to 18 last year Vietnamese soldier near Penn Central claims it has lost Binh Phuoc promptly clouted more than million by operatthe hostile soldier with the butt ing the passenger service during of the launcher and knocked him the past three years Questioned by Army author commission The New York and the Railroad Brotherhood ties when he awakened it was told the ICC that service is found the North Viet soldier was needed because alternate trans1 a squad leader According to portation is either inadequate or Hosacks superior officer First is nonexistent in the Western Lieutenant Wesley A Bickel of The smell of delicious goodPennsylvania and Western New Downey Hosack had ies will be apparent on Feb 26 York areas when the Senior National Honor Society will hold its second bake sale of the year The money made from the sale will be used Phone Service Back To Normal for the induction exercises sched uled for March WAYNESBURG Pa AP The French Club did the irelePhre SerVJCe Green6 own thing on Friday Feb one this year that they sponsor ed and they all were successes Beth Fulton Diane Glasser Ga ry Grant George Granata Judy Hastings Donna Heber ling Gary Hood Mary Huey Several BSHA girls were Thompson Sharon Par ored at a tea held at Latrobe dee Charles Stapleton Donald Country Club in January Along i Thompson Mary Detwiler Rose with some girls from other arAnn Lattanzia Susan Leasure ea high schools they represent ed the young lades who served as Candystripers at Latrobe Hospital last summer They were Jamaine Bertoncini Kathy Barbara Matty Jan McQudston Bill McMillen Kenny Mottorn Anthony Nanni Kathy Kinter Linda Miller Barbara Schall Sandy Syphers Anna Marie We Madoni Nancy Shabella and solosky Dan Zbur Elaine Heasley girls Congratulations Students thought the Lone Ranger was at school the past week because the band has been practicing his theme song The William Tell Over ture Theyre going to perform it at their winter concert to be held in early March The junior class sponsored a cookie sale during the lunch breaks on Wednesday Feb 5 It proved to be the most successful Grade 11 Primary Raymond Lee Ka Shannock Volley High School 68 Earn Honor Roll Liners Continued from page 8 jamais Work Work A stui RURAL VALLEY Sixty eight students were named to the third honor roll at Shan nock Valley High School it announced by Ernest high school principal The honor roll Grade 8 in 1 e Sale the first in the school The money earned for the sale will be used to finance the clubs New York Trip A junior high pep rally was held on Feb 5 for the junior high basketball teams The ninth grade team is coached by Mr Sabatos and the sev enth and eighth grade teams is coached by Mr Bougher Homer Centers first home wrestling match was held on Feb 3 Matches were won by Alan Cotroneo Spartan Silver Jack Stipcak Dan Floyd and County is back to normal Representatives of the In tripped over the hidden enemy as a US patrol was conducting a search for a Viet Cong Dush patrol at dusk The West Lebanon GI is a member of the Ninth Infantry Divisions 2nd Battalion 47th In fantry His actions are similar to those necessary to cope with enemy action in the Mekong Del ta trical Workers and the South Penn Telephone Co reached agreement on a new contract Monday strike ending a weekl o n g During the strike residents in Greene County couldnt make long distance calls and people in Waynesburg couldnt make calls beyond a 12 mile radius of the community Honors Michael Gray steffey The final score was mas Kuchar Joe DiMaio C y nKski Prep 2e and HomerCenter Milicia and Lavonne dents work is never done In ren Kohlhepp Judy Kinter Cajthis case its Purchase Lines thy Armstrong Gloria Miller students of French II III and Gary Huber Dan Griffith Rob Westover Christine Sa lerno Carol Glasser Cynthia Roof Secondary Donald S t i 11 Sam Bush Sandy Armstrong Edward Griffith Sarah Profili ero Joan Miller Linda Nastase Randy Wells Christine Yacku boskey IV These students are working Grade 12 Honors Andy Bodnar Frank Lana Cessna Cora Cooper Janet ture history or Karen Palil we hope they km and Joe Tate are magnifique one ever held at BSHS They Joe DellAntonio Donna Yeo cleared approximately This mang Norma Shank Shirley money will go towards their David Cynthia prom fund which totals Falirmarii Nancy Receski Shir already Keep up the good work Class of ley Shaffer Susan Sonni Grade 10 Miller Patricia A representative from the Standard Pennant Company vis ited the school on Feb 6 He Janice showed the senior band memBetsy Hood Jane Work Linda bers many styles of jackets AKedth Pam Darwin Mc ttyle was chosen by the bovsCunn Debbie Brostan Doug and another by their girls He Colkitt then measured the students forf secondary Richard Nastase the jackets Bonnie Neely Jane Simpson t I Linda Stear Nancy Steele Car recently a Warreil Carolyn Houser Bar Susan McKee was named as the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow now from the Blairsville Senior High School She scored t h e highest in the test given to in terested senior girls The award is sponsored by Gener al Mills and is designed to stimulate interest in the im portance of homemaking as a career The test covered a wide range of subjects center ed on aptitude and knowledge of homemaking Susan is now eligible to win a scholarship In the state contest The Student Council is sponsor ng a door decorating contest bara Lezanic Sonya Nesbit vlaroia Rearick Emerson Weiss Beverly Leasure Connie Weiss Elanie White Mary Jo Gual tieri Patti Bothell Barbara Fairman Robin Ferra Kathy Meyers Jim Perotti Patsy Re nosky Sue Bentley Cindy Bush Sally Coleman Dan Silts Deb bie Zubalik Grade 9 Primary Catherine Black Doris Gibson Karen Brocious Lois Lowry Linda Greene Deb bie Harbison Joe Griffith Nan cy Stephenson Secondary Peggy Battick entines Day A prize awarded to the winning room Judge Edwin M Clark time out to visit BSHS on Feb lMary Mary took Lee Fedor Torn Lubic Pfeiffer Catherin 5 to speak to the Senior Class The geniors are studying crime in their classes so the Judge talked to them about crime explained some things about the court and then an swered the students questions The seniors enjoyed his presen tation very much The National Honor Society is planning a trip to Washington this spring In effort to raise money for the trip they are selling boxes of candy The Rising Jeff Schilling Linda Oakes Teresa Yackubosky Re becca Wiggins James Stilt Grade 8 Primary Mark Bailey Mik Betts Tom Fowles Susan Roof Arbutus Smead Sandra Steele Secondary Lynn Baun Pa tricia Bytner Brenda Harmon candy may be purchased at a dollar per member box from any NHS Ken Kodak Patty Klyap Dori Marshall Bob McMillen Mar Minser Tim Prothero Rob Rin kus Debra Shields Steve Tho mas Janet Siar Carolyn Stea Don Winebark Grade 7 Primary Susan Philippi David Steele Mary Lynn A ams Assigned Duty JOSEPHINE Army Private First Class Marlin Dunmire 20 son of Mr and Mrs Edward punmire Josephine recent ly assigned to the 1st Infantry Piviiion near Lai Khe Vietnam Secondary Michael Lezani Thomai Loughry Linda McGin ais Donald Mottern Mark Po lock Roberta Shireman Sane Fulmer Henry George Rose Gmys Esther Kirkland Unda Tomb James Smith Grade 11 Distinguished Beverly Coul Grade 7 Distinguished Russell Dill Honors Michael Milicia Ca rol Murphy and Keith Pitts Harvard Looks To Careers A very warm congratulations to Homer Centers fine basket ball team who has once again made us number one Congratu ations also to Coach Wise and best of luck in the playoffs USAF Graduate ROCHESTER MILLS A i r man William E Farmery son of Mr and Mrs Aaron C Farm ery of Rochester Mills 1 has graduated from a Air CAMBRIDGE Mass AP Force technical school at Shep Harvard University disclosed pa rd AFB Tex He was trained plans today for a program to enas an aircraft mechanic and list interest of promising mijhas been assigned to a unit of group students in health the Tactical Air Command at 8 i tpanrs nonors Judy Kashur Ai severa Kaufman Karen Lazzeri avs Punchard Carole Schrecare6rs ays were s v H centrost Jim Smulick and o A fmm Vietnam to me vard Medical School said an inArea High School East and tempers rang i from medium rare to bloody eedless to say everyone eni oyed it and surprisingly eve yone learned a great deal Purchase Lines intramurals have been rescheduled for all Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday eighth periods A 11 students either attend intra murals or report to the cafe teria for a study hall Seniors of the Future Teach rs of America at Purchase Line Grade 10 Distinguished Carole Shaw AFB The airman is a graduate of Marion Center tensive recruitment already ClowHealth campaign for the Halleys comet Careers Summer Proserved since 240 ser Patricia Cyktich but the number partial Kaplon Robert Kashur Bill pating would depend on funds Lazzeri Diana Schrecengost available has been ob Ends Cruise STRONGSTOWN Boilerman Fireman Apprentice Joseph M Nedresky USN son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Strongstown vys Amity 69 cruise w h i 1 serving aboard the guided mis sile frigate USS Dahlgren J Nedresky of completed the Na Sardo Be Smooth All Over Away Dry Skin plus tax GATTI DRUGS 832 Phila St Indiana Pamela Yates Sherburne and Debbie Honors John Avi Debbie Bodnar Mitzi Hall Lu Ann Harkleroad Jayne Huber Pete Kulick Rick Maffei Mike Mc Cullough Ronald Pitts D e b r a Phillippi Regina Piscolish Joe Prugh Dave Sitosky Edgar Sloan Douglas Snyder and Pat eceived their club pins ins are based around the na ional symbol of the organiza ion the flaming torch and are engraved with the initials of the lub Purchase Lines student body extends a hearty welcome to the new student teachers They are VIr Jeffrey Hinderliter who will be teaching under the supervi sion of Mr Frank Sebastian in he mathematics department and Mr Carrie Davies under the guidance of Mrs Beatrice Jerko of the English Depart ment The United States Marine Corp recruiter paid a visit to Purchase Line and distributed literature to all senior boys You know guys It wont be long until you have to make that decision so keep thinking seriously about it The Business English Class composed of seniors enrolled in the Business Education Depart ment are preparing to give speeches Subjects for these speeches range from personal experiences to the purposes of Under the supervision of Miss Sandra Zerbe the stu dents hope to improve their pub lic speaking T h e ty Tate Distinguished Joanne Bog gio Kathirose Lazzeri and Mary Bach Honors Carol Haggerty Brad Hilty Sue Ann Nagy Ka ren Roebuck Sharon Roebuck Grade 8 The program will include reg ular courses with small group tutorials exposure to activities of hospitals some work in clini cal teams and study of speciali zation in health work Dean Ebert said a grant to start the program was made by the Josiiah Macy Jr Foundation of New York and further finan cial support was being sought OnUSSTruckee Yeoman 1 C James R Ros enberger USN son of Mr and Mrs John A Rosenberger of 318 S Fifth Indiana and husband of the former Sandra L Emanuel of Saltsburg is ser Sandra Shields Sandra S h i s h ving aboard the fleet oil USS and Deborah Wilson Truckee in the Mediterranean Our Annual February Reduction Margies exciting Body Wave NOW Let one of out experts create a more radiant and attractive you with a fashionably styled body wave Open 8 a to 9 p m 70 North 4th St Indiana Phone 4637748 or 4630882 Includes Style Cut Style Set Save 50 And More AT 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